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Sustainability Center gets new design

Designs for the controversial Oregon Sustainability Center have been released by the design team and are seeking public comment.

Designs for the controversial Oregon Sustainability Center have been released by the design team and are seeking public comment.

The OSC design team, led by Gerding Edlen and including SERA Architects, GBD Architects and Skanska Construction, anticipates going before the funding partners for final approval for the building, planned for the eastern edge of Portland State University, in August or September.
The new design of the eight-story structure also comes with a revised price tag, an estimated $59.3 million for the base building. That price doesn't include the cost of rerouting the streetcar line through the building — an estimated $4 million project — and the outfitting of the educational center and a public meeting space — an estimated cost of $1.3 million, $250,000 of which will be covered by a Meyer Memorial Trust grant. The full cost of the project is estimated at $64.6 million.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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